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Rent a rowboat for fishing?

Discussion in 'General Chat Forum' started by rharse, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. rharse

    rharse New Member

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    I'm looking to take my son out to Beaverdam Creek Reservior to do some fishing.* I believe a row boat or canoe would be the best option since I don't think there is any pier or dock to fish off of.* Plus, being in a boat is really what I want to do.
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    Does anyone know of place where I can rent a row boat for a day or weekend?
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    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Sunny

    Sunny Chief Advisor

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    you can rent a kayak at eastern mountain sports. they will hook you up with life vests too. you can get a nice fishing kayak that manages really well- better than a canoe.
     
  3. sportzfish

    sportzfish New Member

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    Hmmmm something I did not know!
     
  4. sportzfish

    sportzfish New Member

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    I know it is a bit of a hike but you can rent a rowboat down at Fletchers down by Georgetown to fish the Potomac. Also another hike would be to go to Burke Lake or the Occoquan reservoir to fish in a row boat or electric motor powered boat. This way you don't have to transport the boat around.
     
  5. JJB

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    another hike...Burke Lake has row boats and canoes for rent on the lake
     

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